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lecture: The Security and Privacy Implications of AI and Machine Learning
What will the recent rapid progress in machine learning and AI mean for the fields of computer security and privacy? This talk gives a tour of some answers, and some unanswered questions. It will discuss new types of attacks and surveillance that are becoming possible due with modern neural networks, and some new research problems that the computer security community should be working on.
Mostly this talk will focus on practical issues created by current machine learning progress. Though it's also interesting to consider what problems would be raised if progress is made towards "general" artificial intelligence that exhibits human-like autonomy and creativity, and we'll touch on a couple of questions about security, privacy and such hypothetical forms AI.